Sandia National Laboratory & Northeastern University's RENEWABLE ENERGY STORAGE SYMPOSIUM

August 13-14, 2013 at Northeastern University in Boston, MA USA

BOSTON, MA – The Renewable Energy Storage Symposium, sponsored by Sandia National Laboratory & Northeastern University will take place August 13-14, 2013 on the Northeastern University Campus.


This two-day symposium will focus on the science, technology, policy and entrepreneurial challenges in enabling new novel energy storage solutions for the future green energy initiatives.

Globally, the use of traditional sources of energy have come under increased pressure for reform due to tighter competition for traditional resources and increasing evidence of climate change. Towards the goal of lowering our carbon footprint and indigenizing our resource base there exists a significant gap in our ability to store large amounts of energy in a safe and viable fashion. This symposium constitutes a continuing conversation with key leaders in government, industry and academia on what solutions exist and timelines for their adoption.

Government leaders, entrepreneurs and front-line researchers will share their experiences and present solutions for enabling these technologies to become commercially viable.

This meeting is jointly sponsored by Sandia National Laboratory and College of Science and Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology at Northeastern University. This event is managed by the Knowledge Foundation.

Distinguished Speakers:

*Prof. Steven Director, Provost, Northeastern University

*Senator Elizabeth Warren (D) MA (Tentative)

*Prof. John Holdren, Director, Office of Science and Technology Policy, White House

*Dr. Imre Gyuk, U.S. Department of Energy

*Prof. Srinivas Narayanan, University of Southern California

*Prof. Robert Savinell, Case Western Reserve University

*Dr. Mujeeb Ijaz, PhD, Chief Technology Officer, A123 Systems, LLC

*Dr. Phil Giudice, CEO, Ambri, Inc.

*Prof. Sanjeev Mukerjee, Director, NUCRET, Northeastern University

*Dr. John Sullivan, Sandia National Laboratory

*Dr. Travis Anderson, Sandia National Laboratory

*Dr. Kevin Zavadil, Sandia National Laboratory

*Dr. Karen Waldrip, Sandia National Laboratory

*Dr. Kyle Fenton, Sandia National Laboratory

*Prof. Trung V. Nguyen, University of Kansas

*Dr. Michael Perry, United Technologies (Tentative)

About Northeastern University Center for Renewable Energy Technology
This center aims to be at the frontier of science and technology of clean energy conversion and storage. The range of our efforts includes materials science, advanced in situ spectroscopy, micro-fabrication methods and manufacturing technology. Besides research our overall activities include education, outreach and entrepreneurship. The center represents a multi-disciplinary team effort including chemists, physicists, engineers and economist/policy analysts. Our collaborative efforts include worldwide partners dedicated to clean energy and water.

About The Knowledge Foundation
The Knowledge Foundation integrates scientific ingenuity and real-world applications by fostering collaborative research at the rapidly changing intersection of science and business. Known for providing members of its Technology Commercialization Alliance with direct and unbiased state-of-the-art scientific information, the Knowledge Foundation is uniquely qualified to provide wider exposure for important developments in the emerging fields of alternative energy, nanotechnology, and chemical & biological detection technologies.

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